Bust Magazine calls her “comedy gold;” Indiewire describes her as “a fresh and unique voice in the world of stand-up comedy.” Included in Variety Magazine’s prestigious Top 10 Comedians To Watch list, and named by Time Out LA and The Steve Harvey Show as a Comedian To Watch, Dulcé Sloan should be on your radar.
Dulcé has been a correspondent on The Daily Show with Trevor Noah since 2017. Her segments, including “New York Fashion Week: Where Cultural Appropriation Never Goes Out of Style” and “Dumb Solutions to Policing Problems” have garnered millions of views. In April 2020, Dulcé launched her podcast That Black Ass Show on Starburns Audio. Every Wednesday, Sloan talks to special guests to celebrate some of America’s iconic black shows that have and continue to shape the world. From 90’s classics like the Fresh Prince of Bel Air and Martin, to modern shows like Insecure and Atlanta, Sloan does a deep dive into the show’s origin, classic moments and fun facts that everyone can enjoy.
In October 2019, Dulcé’s Comedy Central Presents stand-up special premiered on Comedy Central. The New York Times included the half hour in their “Best Comedy of 2019” roundup. She was also just added to the cast of the upcoming animated FOX series The Great North, joining an ensemble of comedy heavyweights including Jenny Slate, Nick Offerman, Megan Mullally, and Paul Rust. The series, from the creators of FOX’s hit animated show Bob’s Burgers, will premiere in 2020.
Dulcé has “a voice that doesn’t pander or bully but comes at you straight. With a chaser of Joy,” according to Ozy.com. She can currently be seen in OWN’s four-part series Black Women Own the Conversation, in which the world sees black women coming together to talk about the issues that are important to them. Dulcé is a favorite on the comedy festival circuit, with appearances at The Edinburgh Fringe Festival, The Melbourne Comedy Festival, and the Montreal, Toronto, and Vancouver installments of the Just For Laughs Festival. She tours nationally and internationally, performing her signature stand-up to sold out audiences at clubs and theatres across the country.